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Works citing "What Is My Cancer Risk? How Internet-Based Cancer Risk Assessment Tools Communicate Individualized Risk Estimates to the Public: Content Analysis"

Erika A. Waters, Helen W. Sullivan, Wendy Nelson, Bradford W. Hesse
J Med Internet Res 2009 (Jul 31); 11(3):e33 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1222):

(note that this is only a small subset of citations)

 
1. Chen Y, Marcus MW, Niaz A, Duffy SW, Field JK. MyLungRisk: a user-friendly, web-based calculator for risk assessment of lung cancer based on the validated Liverpool Lung Project risk prediction model. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education 2014;52(3):144 [CrossRef]
 
2. Scherer LD, Ubel PA, McClure J, Greene SM, Alford SH, Holtzman L, Exe N, Fagerlin A. Belief in numbers: When and why women disbelieve tailored breast cancer risk statistics. Patient Education and Counseling 2013;92(2):253 [CrossRef]
 
3. Kye S, Park K, Park H, Kim M. Psychological Impact of Health Risk Appraisal of Korean Women at Different Levels of Breast Cancer Risk: Neglected Aspect of the Web-based Cancer Risk Assessment Tool. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2012;13(2):437 [CrossRef]
 
4. Waters EA, McNeel TS, Stevens WM, Freedman AN. Use of tamoxifen and raloxifene for breast cancer chemoprevention in 2010. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 2012;134(2):875 [CrossRef]
 
5. Witteman HO, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Waters EA, Gavaruzzi T, Fagerlin A. Risk Estimates From an Online Risk Calculator Are More Believable and Recalled Better When Expressed as Integers. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(3):e54 [CrossRef]
 
6. Harle CA, Downs JS, Padman R. A Clustering Approach to Segmenting Users of Internet-based Risk Calculators. Methods of Information in Medicine 2010;50(3):244 [CrossRef]